In an era of aggressive online hackers, some of whom have the ability to not only ruin your credit, but even to hold your personal data and identification for ransom, it’s critically important to consider your own digital safety. Secure passwords are a critical element in that process, but how do you manage to create
GDPR is the new buzzword…or buzz-acronym, barely a day goes by that we don’t see an email or tweet regarding GDPR, its effects, and what products you should be buying to help you with it. We decided it would be worth sharing information on GDPR and what steps our customers should be taking to prepare
We are sure by now you will have all heard about the high profile computer virus attack that hit the NHS in May 2017. To reassure you that whilst this is of course an important reminder about the risks of cyber crime, there is no immediate need to panic, this isn’t actually something particularly new.
Read the ever-burgeoning statistics and chances are you’ll feel like you never want to switch on your computer again. It’s the nasty cyber-attack that can put your entire business at risk: the arrival of malicious software onto a targeted computer which then encrypts all the data, rendering it inaccessible. The software’s developers demand a payment,
Research has shown that a good workplace culture can increase staff motivation, engagement and, ultimately, profitability for a business. But developing and implementing an effective culture does not need to be a difficult task. There are a few simple, and every day, things businesses can do to get started: 1. Create a culture from within